When my husband and I went to Las Vegas, NV, I had to leave my medical marijuana at home.
One of the first things I was told was that you could not carry marijuana across state lines, or in any kind of public transportation.
I assume that since I was flying to Las Vegas, the airplane and airport considered me as crossing state lines. I had been using legal, medical marijuana for about two years, and I was worried about how I would feel if I could not get my marijuana when I had to leave at home. We were going to be in Las Vegas, NV, for a full week, and I did not want to go without medical marijuana for that long. I read an article online about Las Vegas and found out that they had legal recreational marijuana. All I had to do was prove I was 21 once I got into a marijuana dispensary, and I could purchase the marijuana products that I wanted. We were on the airplane and halfway to Las Vegas, NV, when I turned to my husband. I was wondering if I should have brought my medical marijuana ID card with me? My husband assured me that recreational marijuana was legalized in Las Vegas, and I would not need my medical marijuana ID. During our week-long stay, my husband and I visited the marijuana dispensary twice. We discovered they had so much more than the medical marijuana dispensary. When the budtender told us about the cannabis café, we knew I was going to be okay without my medical marijuana.